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NPA East STAT Throwing Camp in West Chester, PA August 11th
August 11, 2018 @ 11:45 am - 4:00 pm$175.00
NPA East STAT Throwing Camp
Coaches: NPA East Area Director Gardy O’Flynn and NPA East Associate Bill Roberts
When: August 11, 2018
Location: East Bradford Park, 835 Kenmore Drive, West Chester, PA 19380.
Registration/Questions: Email Gardy O’Flynn (moc.l1548200016iamg@1548200016OGtsa1548200016eAPN1548200016) with players name, age, current team, email, and session preference.
8:30 AM to 1 PM (Morning) FULL and
11:45 AM to 4 PM (Afternoon session)
Players will be grouped into either the morning session, or afternoon session.
When registering please indicate your availability/preference (morning/afternoon, or either). There will be a 1 hour overlap for participants in both sessions for a discussion and Q&A period.
SPACE is limited!
Learn the NPA pitching/throwing model for health first, efficient biomechanics.
Age appropriate, cross specific exercises for each athlete to increase arm speed and safe velocity.
Personal Screening (STAT) to highlight strengths and weaknesses
Patterning and Skill development: Every player will be given a full assessment of weak points and a tool kit to address areas of improvement.
*In addition, each player will receive a professional high speed video analysis of their pitching mechanics and recommended corrective actions.
Every player will be given a full assessment of weak points and a tool kit to address areas of improvement. In addition, each player will receive a professional high speed video analysis of their pitching mechanics and recommended corrective actions.The NPA process is a science based approach backed up by many years of motion analysis on over 600 top athletes.
- The focus is on full body movement patterns to safely increase arm speed
- Biomechanics for timing, kinematic sequencing and shoulder/arm movement
- Functional strength for ground force production, torque and shoulder/arm strength
- Body work for stability, mobility and flexibility
- Joint integrity work for durability, then machine work, then free weight work
- Aerobic/anaerobic work- daily